This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of My Well-Being Powered by Humana. All opinions are 100% mine.
Well-being is more than being physically and mentally healthy. It’s also about being connected to family, friends and community as well as feeling financially secure and happy with your job and career. It’s also about finding “me time” to learn new things, explore the world, or just have fun.
However, some of us need a little help and guidance figuring out how to improve your well-being. That’s why My Well-Being Powered by Humana was created. It’s an online site that addresses every aspect of your life and health and wellness. It also addresses other important matters such as:
- your relationships with loved ones
- your connection to your community
- your finances
- your leisure time
It’s a simple site to use. Just sign up at mywell-being.com (you’ll be eligible to get a FREE Dummies book sent directly to your home) and then take the My Well-Being Assessment. This will show you what content you should seek out such as expert articles, watch videos, and daily tips to create your own personalized well-being website. There are also games and a marketplace with discounts on books, magazines, and more.
Be forewarned that My Well-Being Powered by Humana is directed at baby boomers. (Lots of pictures of active seniors on the website.) However, the information they serve up is good for younger people, too.
Taking the well-being test
Frankly, after the stress of being apart from my husband for nearly six months, living in temporary housing, being a temporary single mom, and moving, my well-being could be improved. So I signed up for My Well-Being and took the My Well-Being Assessment.
It showed that I needed some help in the health area, no surprise because I’ve been neglecting myself and not getting the exercise I should. Plus, I’ve been having problems with shoulder and back pain and having nightly bouts of insomnia. It also showed that I could use help in the People department. I’ve been isolated since I’ve moved and haven’t found any volunteer work or groups to meet up with yet. However, I’m working on this and hope to volunteer at my daughter’s school and meet more people that way. Still it shows me that I need to make meeting new people a priority.
I’ve already checked out a couple of articles on getting a good night’s sleep and five energy zappers that can make you tired. Good information and worth signing up for. I hope you check it out and send the link to relatives and friends!